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The Flight of the Wild Gander: Explorations in the Mythological Dimension is a 1969 book by mythologist Joseph Campbell, in which he collects a number of his early essays and forwards. Essays include "Bios and Mythos" (on the psycho-biological sources of mythic forms and symbols), "Mythogenesis" (on the rise and fall of a single Native American legend) and "The Symbol without Meaning" (about the secularization of myths in the modern age).

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  • El vuelo del ganso salvaje. Exploraciones en la dimensión mitológica (en inglés The Flight of the Wild Gander: Explorations in the Mythological Dimension. Selected Essays, 1944-1968) es un conjunto de ensayos tempranos escritos entre 1944 y 1968 por el mitólogo, escritor y profesor estadounidense Joseph Campbell e incluido en su Obra completa. (es)
  • The Flight of the Wild Gander: Explorations in the Mythological Dimension is a 1969 book by mythologist Joseph Campbell, in which he collects a number of his early essays and forwards. Essays include "Bios and Mythos" (on the psycho-biological sources of mythic forms and symbols), "Mythogenesis" (on the rise and fall of a single Native American legend) and "The Symbol without Meaning" (about the secularization of myths in the modern age). The wild gander of the title is a reference to the Hindu concept of the paramahamsa, a great spiritual teacher of exalted illumination, able to transcend the mundane, just as the hamsa is able to fly above the sky-scraping Himalayas. Published originally in 1969 by Viking Press, the book was rereleased by Harper and Row in 1990. The third edition was published by New World Library in 2002, making The Flight of the Wild Gander the third title in the Joseph Campbell Foundation's Collected Works of Joseph Campbell series. (en)
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  • 291.1/3 21
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  • 1-57731-210-4
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  • BL304 .C35 2002
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  • Cover of the first edition (en)
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  • BL304 .C35 2002 (en)
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  • First published in 1969. Second edition, 1990. Third edition 2002. (en)
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  • New World Library
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  • El vuelo del ganso salvaje. Exploraciones en la dimensión mitológica (en inglés The Flight of the Wild Gander: Explorations in the Mythological Dimension. Selected Essays, 1944-1968) es un conjunto de ensayos tempranos escritos entre 1944 y 1968 por el mitólogo, escritor y profesor estadounidense Joseph Campbell e incluido en su Obra completa. (es)
  • The Flight of the Wild Gander: Explorations in the Mythological Dimension is a 1969 book by mythologist Joseph Campbell, in which he collects a number of his early essays and forwards. Essays include "Bios and Mythos" (on the psycho-biological sources of mythic forms and symbols), "Mythogenesis" (on the rise and fall of a single Native American legend) and "The Symbol without Meaning" (about the secularization of myths in the modern age). (en)
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  • El vuelo del ganso salvaje (es)
  • The Flight of the Wild Gander (en)
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